Palomino Stallion, when greeting a horse, approach from the side & stroke his neck. A polite horse will turn to look at you for a formal face-to-face greeting. Next, put your face at the end of the horse's nose & blow small puffs of air up his nostrils. The horse will respond in-kind, & the polite horse will turn his ears straight forward toward you. This blowing of air is done is short puffs, about two per second until the scent is acknowledged
Beautiful head tilt and flowing mane makes this stunning horse look even more beautiful. Love the freedom it represents.
Coudelaria Lusitano - These horses are very similar in conformation to the Andalusian horses of Spain. The two breed are thought to have originated from a common source but selection in the Lusitano has resulted in a more convex profile reminiscent of the old Andalusian or Iberian horse whereas the Andalusian as developed a more Oriental head shape.
Love this shot! It reminds me of the work of a certain phtographer, but I don't think it's by him. Q for @Justin Cooper, who pinned it: Do you know who shot this?